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Bonnie & Clyde Part 1 Earns Big Numbers For Lifetime, History And A&E
Don’t mess with Bonnie & Clyde! The numbers are in and the first part of the A+E miniseries secured itself 9.8 million viewers spread out over the three networks that aired the TV movie. Of A&E, Lifetime and History, it was History that came out on top though not by a drastic margin. The second part of Bonnie & Clyde will air tonight.
Californication Will End After Season 7
On Monday, Showtime announced that doors will be closing for the network’s long-running program, Californication. The cancellation is not effective immediately. Way back in January, Showtime announced the series would be returning for a seventh season, earning a renewal order alongside House of Lies and Shameless. Now, it turns out Season 7 will actually prove to be the drama’s final 12 episodes.
First Image From Late Night With Seth Meyers Reveals Premiere Date
We’ve known for quite some time that Seth Meyers is transitioning from SNL into late night talk with a brand new program at NBC. That program will roll with the apt name Late Night With Seth Meyers, and now we’ve gotten the first promotional image from the talk series.
Downton Abbey Christmas Special Trailer Teases Paul Giamatti And More
It's a second coming of the American invasion, and this time it's not just Shirley MacLaine getting in on the Edwardian action at Downton Abbey. Paul Giamatti (he of Sideways fame) has also hopped aboard the good ship Yorkshire, set to portray Lady Cora's brother Harold in the upcoming Christmas Special, two-hour standalone episode for the exceedingly popular British soap opera. And times, it seems, they are a-changin' for everyone involved — and we don't just mean the ruffling of feathers our queen of Realness, the Dowager Countess experiences every single day.
100+ Netflix TV Offerings For Binge-Watching Over The Holidays
It’s that time of year again! TV doesn’t exactly grind to a halt during the holidays, as some networks fill their primetime hours with holiday programming, but most of our favorite TV dramas and comedies will be going on hiatus for the next few weeks, if not longer. Lest you think that means you actually have to step away from the television, rest assured, this is actually a great time of year to watch those shows you’ve been meaning to check out, or lose yourself in a nostalgic binge-watch.
Sherlock Season 3 Trailer Teases A Return And A New Threat
Following some new images for the upcoming third season of Sherlock comes an actual trailer for Series 3, which teases the title character’s grand return. As you’ll note, this trailer comes from BBC One and promotes the U.K. debut of Sherlock, which is set to arrive on New Year’s Day. Those of us living stateside will have to wait until January 19 for the series to debut on PBS Masterpiece.
Homeland Season 3, Episode 11 Watch: Never Trust A Crystal Ashtray
With the stakes reflected literally and figuratively in the mirror (and just like that: baby’s got bump), Carrie and Brody’s motivations were murky going into Homeland's penultimate episode. What’s Carrie’s hang-up about her impending Brody-baby? Would our ginger-terrorist-that-could kill General Akbari? Were both willing to go the distance for one another? Would anybody actually just do what he or she was told for once? And what, good lord, would be Saul’s motivation this week?
Paul Rudd's Saturday Night Live Highlights Include Anchorman 2 Cameos And Bill Brasky
Paul Rudd hosted Saturday Night Live for the third time, and given the episode’s proximity to the arrival of the Anchorman sequel in theaters, it wasn’t entirely a shock that there were some great celebrity appearances in the episode, as Will Ferrell, Steve Carell and David Koechner stopped by for a little “Afternoon Delight” with Rudd and One Direction. The song, that is. Just to be clear. And they reappeared (minus Carell) later to revive the “Bill Brasky" sketch.
Low Winter Sun Canceled By AMC
AMC’s drama Low Winter Sun seemed like a good fit to air as a companion to the final set of Breaking Bad episodes this summer. Regardless, it was never a ratings-bringer, and on Friday the cable network officially announced it will not be bringing the drama back for a second season.
New Sherlock Images Tease The Consulting Detective's Return
Midseason premieres are just around the corner, which is good news for Sherlock fans, a group of people that have been waiting for new episodes for quite some time. News has been pouring in over the last several months, and this week a few stills related to the upcoming Season 3 have been released.
Matthew McConaughey And Woody Harrelson Are Armed, Badged And Serious In New True Detective Poster
We’re coming up on the one-month mark in the countdown to the premiere of Nic Pizzolatto’s HBO series True Detective. HBO released a new poster, which shows stars Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson armed and badged in black and white. As if their facial expressions aren’t enough of an indication that this show means business, the two men are set behind the words “Touch darkness and darkness touches you back.”
Scandal's Third Season Episode Order Gets Cut From 22 To 18
Ok, Scandal fans, there’s bad news. Scandal’s third season is going to be a bit shorter than expected. ABC has reportedly cut the episode order from the planned 22 episodes to 18. On the brighter side, speculation is that the reason behind this move has to do with Kerry Washington’s pregnancy, as opposed to ABC wanting less of the show.
New Terminator Project May Head To Television
Terminator is set to be rebooted theatrically, but clearly Hollywood is ready to make more money off of the franchise. On Friday, Skydance Productions and Annapurna Pictures announced they would produce a new Terminator drama for television. The new project is clearly in the early stages still, but we know some of the key details.
The Sound Of Music Live Broadcast Scores Big Ratings For NBC
The Sound of Music Live is a hit! NBC’s live broadcast of the musical production may have had its issues, but ratings wasn’t one of them. The early numbers are in and it’s looking like The Sound of Music Live! came in far above CBS’ ratings in terms of primetime average. It also did particularly well in Oklahoma, with Oklahoma City winning out as the top metered market.
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Glee Watch Season 5, Episode 8: Previously Unaired Christmas
Happy Holidays, Gleeks! In last night's "previously unaired Christmas episode," we were treated to Becky sexually harassing others, an intense Christmas tree contest, a hot klepto Santa, and Unique's version of a '70s Diana Ross nativity scene. Let's recap, shall we?